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April 15th, Prior to this move, she was an exchange student in Tokyo from fall to winter , and she visited Japan a number of times for vacations. Wanting to save money to be able to spend on her interests e.
For instance, she enjoys cheap but delicious Japanese lunches at the school cafeteria, buys mori-girl clothing on sale at Wonder Rocket, and takes the night bus when visiting Kansai. In between academics and part-time work, Tiffany enjoys reading novels, crafts, and taking pictures of interesting things, places, and events though she is no photographer.
Lately, she's also been trying to maintain a blog called Golden Time Lover. Sometimes, she also enjoys dressing up, as can be seen in this profile picture. Two years of living in China has skewed Cal's perspective of how much things should cost, but after a couple of years of writing about Tokyo he's found that Japan can be just as inexpensive with the right knowledge.
Avid reader. Avid writer. Avid eater. When she's not working or moseying around her apartment, she loves to sample the great food which her home city has to offer. Given her love of dining out and collecting books, she's glad when she can find ways to stretch out her monthly earnings just that extra little bit. Apart from the guide, we've got some great rewards to choose from.
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These are expertly put together audio walk through tours, complete with photo booklet and map - a perfect accompaniment to our EBook guide. This bundle includes two of Tokyo's most infamous districts, get a taste of the red lights and dark suits in Kabukicho, and mingle with the maids in geek ground zero Akihabara. Use this Ebook to get your speaking ability up to scratch before you arrive, plus you've still got our Guide book to fill in the gaps if you haven't completely mastered the language in time.
Order a custom itinerary and you can have the cheapos themselves do all the hard work in choosing what you should see in Tokyo. We'll email you a questionnaire to get some preferences and comments, then once we have your answers we'll hand pick an itinerary just for you - and it won't just be limited to items in our guide! We'll deliver you PDF doc with the details of your tour within 14 days of receiving your questionnaire response.
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Includes lunch and dinner. What's in The Guide? It includes heaps of information and hacks for making your trip smooth and saving you money: Carefully curated listings Heaps of ideas for Free entertainment Enjoy the best food without breaking the bank Seasonal events and activities Tips for getting around Tokyo Where to sleep at night that doesn't cost a fortune Detailed guides for all the key areas Family Tips Plus all our super cheapo tips and hacks Our guide will be available in Epub, Kindle and PDF format so you can read it on your iPad, eReader or mobile device.
Preorder Now Don't visit Tokyo without our ebook guide! Amazon review of our first ebook Is this guide book for you? Hotels, festivals, temples, shopping, partying - we've done the hard work so you can relax and enjoy your stay without constantly worrying about your budget About Us TokyoCheapo.
Amazon review of our first ebook , Monthly Readers Since starting with a simple blog, the site has grown to nearly , monthly readers and continues to grow month by month. Tokyo Cheapo is being penned by the follow scruffy rabble of expert cheapo reprobates: Chris Kirkland Being of British roots Chris has a natural instinct for being a complete cheap-arse and spending as little money as possible.
Greg Lane Greg has been pottering around Tokyo for 15 years. Aaron Baggett Aaron is originally from Arkansas known for its sax playing Presidents and he speaks almost entirely in movie quotes. Selena Hoy Selena is a curious enthusiast. Grigoris Miliaresis Having fallen in love with Asakusa even before actually seeing it, Grigoris Miliaresis has been roaming its alleys with a camera, a notepad and on a writer's budget i.
Cal Two years of living in China has skewed Cal's perspective of how much things should cost, but after a couple of years of writing about Tokyo he's found that Japan can be just as inexpensive with the right knowledge.